On December 9, Tip O'Neill, one of the Bay State's most well-known and beloved politicians would have turned 100. The Cambridge-born politician served in the House of Representatives for more than 30 years, and represented two Congressional districts in Massachusetts. From 1977 to 1987, he was Speaker of the House.
Congressman Ed Markey joined Boston Public Radio to talk about his relationship with Tip O'Neill, and his influence on politics in the state and across the country.
- Ed Markey: U.S. Representative for Massachusetts